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Jin Katana 寺院Jin Katana 寺院

Jin Katana 寺院

Sale priceFrom $250 Regular price$400
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Fuyu Katana 冬Fuyu Katana 冬

Fuyu Katana 冬

Sale priceFrom $230 Regular price$300
Tatsu Katana 竜Tatsu Katana 竜

Tatsu Katana 竜

Sale priceFrom $380
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Hana Katana 花Hana Katana 花

Hana Katana 花

Sale priceFrom $370 Regular price$400
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Tsuyo Katana 強Tsuyo Katana 強

Tsuyo Katana 強

Sale priceFrom $380 Regular price$500
Sakana Katana 魚Sakana Katana 魚

Sakana Katana 魚

Sale priceFrom $570
Kengen Katana  権限Kengen Katana  権限

Kengen Katana 権限

Sale priceFrom $980

Real Katana

Our philosophy is to only offer real Katanas for sale that have been made by our master smiths in our Forge. With decades of experience in sword forging, we offer true Katanas from only $200. You will find in our online store Katanas in Damascus, carbon steel and all traditional Japanese steels.

All our swords are designed in Japan and forged in a province in China with over 2000 years of history in forging. Our passion for the Katana and Japanese culture is immense, and we hope to share it with you as authentically as possible through our website.

If you want to buy a real Katana with all the details of the nomenclature, then you're in the right place. Carbon steel blade with Hamon made with clay, razor sharpening, engraving and hand carving.

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Katana for Sale

Discover our catalog with hundreds of unique hand-forged Katanas shipped directly to your home.

We offer a wide range of steels, styles, forging types and sizes so you can find the Japanese sword of your dreams.

We offer different steels such as: T10 steel, 1065 steel, 1045 manganese steel. For the forges you can find Maru, San-Mai, Kobuse, Honsan-mai... We have made a guide to help you choose your steel if you still hesitate.

Still can't decide? Contact our experts who will help you find the perfect Katana for you. You can contact us by email, phone or chat.

Our Katanas can be completely disassembled so that you can admire each part of your sword (Tsuba, Habaki, Fuchi, Kashira, Sageo...)

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Custom Katana

Want to take it to the next level, customize your own Katana? We offer you the possibility to modify the entire nomenclature of your Japanese sword, including the blade, scabbard, handle and all other parts.

You will be able to choose materials, colors, patterns, specifications and even the forging technique.

Once you have ordered your custom Katana, our craftsmen will take your file and begin forging and creating the entire Katana. You will receive updates on the creation process and a tracking number once your Katana is shipped.

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Katana Parts

Want to know more about the parts of the Katana? We have created a complete guide to the nomenclature of the Katana.

Frequent Questions about Katana

The Hamon is the temper line that separates the sharpest part of the Katana from the softer part. The blade is coated with a unique clay mixture that will allow the blade to heat up differently and achieve a higher HRC hardness for the blade's edge. This is a crucial step in forging the Katana and the Hamon is an indicator of the authenticity of your Katana, as all Katanas have a Hamon line. The Hamon line is then revealed more fully during the stone polishing process, which allows for a sharp blade and the full detail of the Hamon to be seen.

Katana (かたな in Hiragana) is a Japanese sword, the blade is curved with a cutting edge and it measures more than 60 cm. The Katana was used by the samurai during the Edo period in Japan. The Katanas are real works of art with a lot of details on the whole nomenclature. There are different sizes of Japanese swords which will have specific names like Wakizashi, Tachi, Tanto...

The classic size of the Katana is about 39.3". However, there are different variations depending on the type of sword and the size of the user, as the Katana must fit your height. The most common sword sizes are 39.3" for Daito and 35.4" for Shoto.Les tailles font référence à la longueur totale du sabre. The length of the blade itself on a Katana generally varies between 26" and 30".

Katanas are classified as knives by law and are governed by state laws. To own one, you must be over 18 years old or have implied parental permission.

There are 4 main steps to sharpening a Katana:

Shaping work using an uchigumori stone to remove rust and scratches.

The blade is then passed over progressively smaller and finer stones in an effort to remove the marks from the uchigumori stone.

Hazuya stones glued to traditional Japanese paper are then used in order to remove the microscopic scratches that are left from the previous polishing.

Finally a Jizuya stone is used and rubbed on the surface of the blade, this is a long process done until the stone wears out.

According to historians, the Katana was invented in order to obtain better swords to fight the Mongol forces. The Mongol armies invaded Japan from 1274 to 1281 in an attempt to invade the country.
It is also said that the straight sword was not suitable for fighting on horseback in battles, the Katana with its curved blade was then perfectly suited to what the warriors needed in battle.

Antique Katanas forged in Japan by masters in the most prestigious materials have prices that can range from $1000 and up, these Katanas are antique, certified and sometimes even displayed in museums.

In fact, you can buy a good quality Katana for a few hundred dollars if you are not looking for certified antique in Japan. Prices then range from $200 to $1500 generally depending on the range and steel.

Our site offers a wide variety of Katanas in many different styles, steels, forging techniques and nomenclatures. You can get a Katana for less than $200 completely hand-forged.

If you need help selecting your sword, you can contact us and our experts will do their best to guide you in choosing your Katana. We have also produced guides to help you choose and better understand.

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